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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 2 0 Browse Search
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The citizens' trade Association The Citizens' Trade Association of Cambridge was incorporated in 1892 by John H. Corcoran, Oliver J. Rand, George G. Wright, John S. Sawyer, Fred L. Beunke, Herman Bird, E. Burt Phillips, T. H. Raymond, Edwin H. Jose, David T. Dickinson, Daniel E. Frasier, C. W. Kingsley, George D. Chamberlain, Farwell J. Thayer, Charles Bullock, Henry O. Marcy, G. W. Burditt, Edmund Reardon, and George W. Gale. The object of this association is to establish and maintain a place for friendly and social meetings of the business men of Cambridge, and to promote the welfare and business interests of the city. The association fills a double need in Cambridge, for besides the business phase, which is most important, its rooms are well adapted for semi-club purposes, and are freely used in this way. The membership is composed of manufacturers, merchants, and professional men, and its work has been very effective. It holds monthly meetings, at which matters of pu